Kuwait City is always busy, especially the area of Salmiya, the place where young Kuwaitis go to find their favorite fashions. There you may see one of the old-style Kuwaiti “covered markets” between modern Western shops and restaurants.
I have questions about the last sentence.
Question 1: the Kuwaiti covered markets, does that mean the markets that have a roof?
Question 2: “between” modern Western shops and restaurants? Does that mean the markets are in the middle?
Thanks a lot!